Illinois Law fined $250,000 for falsifying applicants' test scores

, The National Law Journal

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The University of Illinois College of Law must pay a $250,000 fine to the American Bar Association for inflating the academic credentials of its incoming students, under a censure the ABA announced on July 24.

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  • John Griffen

    I think the monitering of schools may be a little tight. I think that it is a shame that some people have to suffer because others want status and the priviledge that good grades bring. I heard that there may be some "buying degree" actions going on in some places. I really don't know for sure, But I think the situation sucks. Excuse the word.

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